Billy Joel had a couple of surprise guests at his Wrigley Field performance. Jennifer Lawrence and Towson's own Amy Schumer. Apparently, they're best buds nowadays. Hey Billy, what a life!
Forward to about 1:55 for fun.
Laura Adkins, senior at Chesapeake High School, stopped by the More Music Morning Show. She wrote a song for her friend Kala Austin. On October 12th, Kala tragically died in a car crash. Laura's song had helped a community heal. She performed the song live on the show. Listen below.
Maybe you've heard me on the air promoting the March for Babies, the Signature Chef Auction, or various other March of Dimes events. Here's why...
Some have requested the audio from the "Ima Gitcha Guy". Well, here it its...
When we opened our "Give Thanks Line" to the public, this guy decided to leave us a message.
After hearing that, I just HAD to talk to this goofball again. Since he didn't leave his name, we had listeners guess what it was. My favorite prediction was "Elmer". That turned out to be wrong. We did finally got in touch with the legendary "Ima Gitcha Guy". He certainly lived up to our expectations. Here's our conversation below.
Thanks to Rob Fahey for stopping by the Bay Studios this morning. He played us a little treat for Purple Friday. It's called "Benny is a Pest" - click the picture to listen